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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 2, 34 | neither a mortal nor a ~venial sin; yet it proceeds from 2 2, 71 | On the other hand, since venial sin is neither contrary 3 2, 71 | with acquired virtue: while venial sin is compatible with ~ 4 2, 72 | divided into "mortal" and "venial." For things which are infinitely ~ 5 2, 72 | to the same genus. But ~venial and mortal sin are infinitely 6 2, 72 | temporal punishment is ~due to venial sin, and eternal punishment 7 2, 72 | the stripes be." Therefore venial and mortal sins are not 8 2, 72 | adultery; and some are venial in virtue of their species, 9 2, 72 | excessive laughter. Therefore venial and mortal sins differ ~ 10 2, 72 | that the difference between venial and mortal sin, ~or any 11 2, 72 | Now the difference between venial and mortal sin is consequent 12 2, 72 | away from ~God, there is venial sin. For even as in the 13 2, 72 | Reply OBJ 1: Mortal and venial sins are infinitely apart 14 2, 72 | from ~including mortal and venial sins; for instance, in the 15 2, 72 | the first movement is a venial sin; while an idle word, 16 2, 72 | is, ~generally speaking, venial, may even be a mortal sin.~ 17 2, 72 | its ~species, and another venial by reason of its species, 18 2, 73 | every act of sin; because venial sin does not destroy virtue; ~ 19 2, 74 | reason can be the subject of venial sin?~(10) Whether there 20 2, 74 | be in the higher reason a venial sin directed to ~its proper 21 2, 74 | forestalls the ~reason, is a venial sin, which is something 22 2, 74 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, venial sin is a disposition to 23 2, 74 | subject. Since therefore venial sin ~may be in the sensuality, 24 2, 74 | intellect. In this way the venial sin that is in the sensuality, 25 2, 74 | a mortal sin, but only a venial sin. Therefore ~neither 26 2, 74 | day for the remission ~of venial sins, as Augustine asserts ( 27 2, 74 | consent to delectation ~is a venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] 28 2, 74 | mortal sin, but only a ~venial sin, while others have held 29 2, 74 | sometimes ~indeed it is only a venial sin, as when a man thinks 30 2, 74 | genus, but is ~sometimes a venial sin and sometimes no sin 31 2, 74 | Consent to a sin that is venial in its genus, is itself 32 2, 74 | its genus, is itself a ~venial sin, and accordingly one 33 2, 74 | about fornication, is a venial sin. But ~delectation in 34 2, 74 | mortal ~sin: and that it be a venial sin before the consent is 35 2, 74 | preserved not only from venial sin, but also from mortal 36 2, 74 | 1/1~Whether there can be venial sin in the higher reason 37 2, 74 | seem that there cannot be venial sin in the higher ~reason 38 2, 74 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a venial sin becomes a mortal sin 39 2, 74 | impossible to commit even a venial sin, ~deliberately, without 40 2, 74 | But consent to an act of venial sin is itself a ~venial 41 2, 74 | venial sin is itself a ~venial sin. Therefore a venial 42 2, 74 | venial sin. Therefore a venial sin can be in the higher 43 2, 74 | beside that law, as an act of venial sin is. Therefore when the 44 2, 74 | consents to the act of a venial sin, it does not turn away 45 2, 74 | the sin is not mortal but venial.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 46 2, 74 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether venial sin can be in the higher 47 2, 74 | OBJ 1: It would seem that venial sin cannot be in the higher 48 2, 74 | Therefore ~there can be no venial sin in the higher reason 49 2, 74 | a mortal sin. Therefore ~venial sin is never in the higher 50 2, 74 | takes us unawares, ~is a venial sin. Now a deliberate sin 51 2, 74 | Therefore there can be no venial sin in the higher reason ~ 52 2, 74 | movement of unbelief is a venial sin. But it ~belongs to 53 2, 74 | Therefore there can be a venial sin ~in the higher reason 54 2, 74 | movement of unbelief is a venial ~sin, because there is no 55 2, 74 | not in those which are ~venial sins in their genus.~Aquin.: 56 2, 74 | genus, may nevertheless be venial, on account of the ~incompleteness 57 2, 77 | cannot be ~mortal. Because venial sin is condivided with mortal 58 2, 77 | committed from weakness is venial, since it has in itself 59 2, 77 | Reply OBJ 1: A sin may be venial in three ways. First, through 60 2, 77 | ignorance is said ~to be venial. Secondly, through its issue; 61 2, 77 | through ~repentance, becomes venial, i.e. receives pardon [veniam]. 62 2, 77 | This is the only kind of venial sin that is ~opposed to 63 2, 77 | longer either ~mortal or venial.~ 64 2, 78 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Venial sin does not exclude spiritual 65 2, 87 | debt itself; (2) mortal and venial sin, which differ in respect 66 2, 87 | punishment to ~each sin. Now a venial sin deserves eternal punishment 67 2, 87 | remission of ~sins. Therefore venial sin by itself deserves eternal 68 2, 87 | the Third Objection about venial sin. Because ~eternity of 69 2, 88 | 88] Out. Para. 1/2 - OF VENIAL AND MORTAL SIN (SIX ARTICLES)~ 70 2, 88 | In the next place, since venial and mortal sins differ in 71 2, 88 | First, we shall consider ~venial sin as compared with mortal 72 2, 88 | secondly, we shall consider ~venial sin in itself.~Aquin.: SMT 73 2, 88 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether venial sin is fittingly condivided 74 2, 88 | generically?~(3) Whether venial sin is a disposition to 75 2, 88 | mortal sin?~(4) Whether a venial sin can become mortal?~( 76 2, 88 | become mortal?~(5) Whether a venial sin can become mortal by 77 2, 88 | a mortal sin can become venial?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 78 2, 88 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether venial sin is fittingly condivided 79 2, 88 | OBJ 1: It would seem that venial sin is unfittingly condivided 80 2, 88 | sin ~is mortal. Therefore venial sin is not condivided with 81 2, 88 | sins ~mortally. Therefore venial sin is unfittingly condivided 82 2, 88 | merits damnation, and a venial sin, one that does not." 83 2, 88 | a mortal sin. Therefore venial sin is fittingly condivided ~ 84 2, 88 | not imply ~opposition to venial, nor belong to the same 85 2, 88 | opposed to that which is ~venial.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 86 2, 88 | These sins are called ~venial: because a sin receives 87 2, 88 | Accordingly, mortal and venial are mutually opposed as 88 2, 88 | or of the soul. Therefore venial sin is fittingly condivided ~ 89 2, 88 | The division of sin into venial and mortal is not a ~division 90 2, 88 | sin. On the other hand, venial sin is called a ~sin, in 91 2, 88 | has to God habitually. Now venial sin excludes ~only actual 92 2, 88 | 1/1~Whether mortal and venial sin differ generically?~ 93 2, 88 | OBJ 1: It would seem that venial and mortal sin do not differ ~ 94 2, 88 | mortal, and some ~generically venial. Because human acts are 95 2, 88 | Now either mortal or venial sin may be committed in 96 2, 88 | than ~God, which may be a venial sin, or more than God, which 97 2, 88 | a mortal sin. ~Therefore venial and mortal sin do not differ 98 2, 88 | when it is irreparable, venial when it can be repaired. ~ 99 2, 88 | remissible. Therefore ~mortal and venial sin differ as sin committed 100 2, 88 | A[8], ad 1). ~Therefore venial and mortal sin do not differ 101 2, 88 | sensuality and of the reason are venial ~sins. But sudden movements 102 2, 88 | no sins ~are generically venial.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 103 2, 88 | enumerates certain generic venial sins, and certain generic 104 2, 88 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, Venial sin is so called from "venia" [ 105 2, 88 | Consequently a sin may be called venial, first of all, because it 106 2, 88 | penance makes every sin venial": ~and this is called venial " 107 2, 88 | venial": ~and this is called venial "from the result." Secondly, 108 2, 88 | Secondly, a sin is called ~venial because it does not contain 109 2, 88 | ignorance: and this is called venial "from the cause": totally, 110 2, 88 | punishment. It is of this venial sin that we wish to ~speak 111 2, 88 | determinate genus: whereas venial sin, taken in the third 112 2, 88 | so that one sin may be venial generically, and ~another 113 2, 88 | forth: and such sins are venial by reason of their genus.~ 114 2, 88 | sometimes that a ~sin which is venial generically by reason of 115 2, 88 | generically mortal because venial, by reason of the act being ~ 116 2, 88 | considers those sins which are venial from ~their cause.~Aquin.: 117 2, 88 | considers those sins which are venial by ~reason of the imperfection 118 2, 88 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether venial sin is a disposition to 119 2, 88 | OBJ 1: It would seem that venial sin is not a disposition 120 2, 88 | dispose to another. But venial and mortal sin ~are condivided 121 2, 88 | above (A[1]). ~Therefore venial sin is not a disposition 122 2, 88 | engendered." But mortal and venial sin differ in genus or ~ 123 2, 88 | above (A[2]). Therefore venial sin does not dispose to ~ 124 2, 88 | Further, if a sin is called venial because it disposes to mortal ~ 125 2, 88 | disposes to mortal sin is a venial sin. Now ~every good work 126 2, 88 | even good works would be venial sins, which is ~absurd.~ 127 2, 88 | this way, a sin generically venial does ~not, primarily and 128 2, 88 | Nevertheless, in this same way, a venial sin ~can dispose, by way 129 2, 88 | strengthened ~by acts of venial sin, that the lust of sinning 130 2, 88 | sinner ~fixes his end in that venial sin: since the end for one 131 2, 88 | this way a sin generically venial can dispose to a sin generically 132 2, 88 | commits a sin generically venial, ~turns aside from some 133 2, 88 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Venial and mortal sin are not condivided 134 2, 88 | substantial form, so can a venial ~sin dispose to mortal.~ 135 2, 88 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Venial sin is not like mortal sin 136 2, 88 | accidentally; whereas ~a venial sin, of its very nature, 137 2, 88 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a venial sin can become mortal?~Aquin.: 138 2, 88 | 1: It would seem that a venial sin can become a mortal 139 2, 88 | The slightest," ~i.e. venial, "sins kill if we make little 140 2, 88 | of the soul. Therefore a ~venial sin can become mortal.~Aquin.: 141 2, 88 | consent of ~reason, is a venial sin, but after consent, 142 2, 88 | A[8], ad 2). Therefore a venial sin can become mortal.~Aquin.: 143 2, 88 | Para. 1/1 ~OBJ 3: Further, venial and mortal sin differ as 144 2, 88 | incurable. Therefore a venial sin may become mortal.~Aquin.: 145 2, 88 | may become a habit. Now venial sin is a ~disposition to 146 2, 88 | stated (A[3]). Therefore a venial sin can ~become mortal.~ 147 2, 88 | answer that, The fact of a venial sin becoming a mortal sin 148 2, 88 | identical act be at ~first a venial, and then a mortal sin. 149 2, 88 | it is not ~possible for a venial sin to become mortal.~Aquin.: 150 2, 88 | mean that a sin generically venial, ~becomes mortal. This is 151 2, 88 | may fix one's end in ~that venial sin, or direct it to some 152 2, 88 | understood in the sense of many venial sins ~constituting one mortal 153 2, 88 | taken as meaning that many venial ~sins added together make 154 2, 88 | false, because all the ~venial sins in the world cannot 155 2, 88 | eternal punishment, while ~venial sin incurs a debt of temporal 156 2, 88 | taken as meaning that many venial sins make one ~mortal sin 157 2, 88 | of disposition, whereby venial sin ~disposes to mortal 158 2, 88 | referring to the fact of many venial sins ~making one mortal 159 2, 88 | change. On the other hand, venial sin is a transient act, 160 2, 88 | habit. On the other hand, venial sin is a disposition to ~ 161 2, 88 | circumstance can make a venial sin to be mortal?~Aquin.: 162 2, 88 | circumstance can make a venial sin mortal. ~For Augustine 163 2, 88 | drunkenness are not mortal but venial ~sins generically, else 164 2, 88 | a ~circumstance makes a venial sin to be mortal.~Aquin.: 165 2, 88 | be not ~morose, it is a venial sin. Now moroseness is a 166 2, 88 | a ~circumstance makes a venial sin to be mortal.~Aquin.: 167 2, 88 | and good differ more than venial and mortal sin, ~both of 168 2, 88 | therefore, can it make a venial sin to be mortal.~Aquin.: 169 2, 88 | If, therefore, an act be ~venial by reason of its genus, 170 2, 88 | surpasses the quantity ~of venial sin, as is evident from 171 2, 88 | a circumstance to make a venial sin ~become mortal, unless 172 2, 88 | that the deformity of a venial sin consists ~in a disorder 173 2, 88 | circumstance cannot make a venial sin ~to be mortal, so long 174 2, 88 | generically: and if it be a ~venial sin, this will be due to 175 2, 88 | tends, is a ~sin generically venial, for instance, if a man 176 2, 88 | to virtue. ~That it be a venial sin, is due some sort of 177 2, 88 | be not morose, there is a venial sin through imperfection 178 2, 88 | a mortal sin can become venial?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 179 2, 88 | a mortal sin can become venial. Because venial ~sin is 180 2, 88 | can become venial. Because venial ~sin is equally distant 181 2, 88 | mortal, as mortal sin is from venial. But a ~venial sin can become 182 2, 88 | sin is from venial. But a ~venial sin can become mortal, as 183 2, 88 | a ~mortal sin can become venial.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 184 2, 88 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, venial and mortal sin are said 185 2, 88 | Therefore his will be a venial sin; and accordingly a mortal ~ 186 2, 88 | a mortal ~sin can become venial.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 187 2, 88 | distant ~from evil, than venial from mortal sin. But an 188 2, 88 | can a mortal ~sin become venial.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 189 2, 88 | eternal punishment, whereas venial sin deserves temporal ~punishment. 190 2, 88 | mortal sin can never become venial.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 191 2, 88 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Venial and mortal differ as perfect 192 2, 88 | addition: and, consequently, a venial sin can ~become mortal, 193 2, 88 | mortal sin cannot become venial, by the addition of a ~deformity 194 2, 88 | pertaining to the genus of venial sin, for the sin is not ~ 195 2, 88 | generically mortal, can become venial by ~reason of the imperfection 196 2, 88 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: Venial differs from mortal as imperfect 197 2, 88 | no sin either mortal or ~venial. But if the ignorance be 198 2, 89 | 89] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF VENIAL SIN IN ITSELF (SIX ARTICLES)~ 199 2, 89 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider venial sin in itself, and under 200 2, 89 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether venial sin causes a stain in the 201 2, 89 | Of the different kinds of venial sin, as denoted by "wood," " 202 2, 89 | movements of unbelievers are venial sins?~(6) Whether venial 203 2, 89 | venial sins?~(6) Whether venial sin can be in a man with 204 2, 89 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether venial sin causes a stain on the 205 2, 89 | OBJ 1: It would seem that venial sin causes a stain in the 206 2, 89 | inter. L., 2], that if venial sins ~be multiplied, they 207 2, 89 | soul's beauty. Therefore venial sins cause a ~stain in the 208 2, 89 | sinner's affections. But, in venial ~sin, there is an inordinateness 209 2, 89 | the affections. ~Therefore venial sin causes a stain in the 210 2, 89 | Q[86], A[1]). But, ~in venial sin, the soul is in contact 211 2, 89 | inordinate love. therefore, venial sin brings a stain on the 212 2, 89 | outward flash of light. Now venial sin is a ~hindrance to actual 213 2, 89 | Therefore, ~properly speaking, venial sin does not cause a stain 214 2, 89 | of the case in which many venial sins ~lead to mortal sin 215 2, 89 | habit of virtue, but not in venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] 216 2, 89 | off. On the contrary, in venial sin, man does not cleave 217 2, 89 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether venial sins are suitably designated 218 2, 89 | OBJ 1: It would seem that venial sins are unsuitably designated 219 2, 89 | spiritual foundation. Now venial sins are ~something outside 220 2, 89 | pale of science. Therefore, venial sins are not suitably ~designated 221 2, 89 | sometimes the man who commits a ~venial sin, will not be saved, 222 2, 89 | in ~mortal sin to which venial sins are attached. Therefore, 223 2, 89 | are attached. Therefore, venial sins are ~unsuitably designated 224 2, 89 | and do good works, commit ~venial sins: for it is written ( 225 2, 89 | deceive ourselves." Therefore venial sins are not suitably ~designated 226 2, 89 | differences and degrees ~of venial sins. Therefore they are 227 2, 89 | punishment belongs properly to venial sin, as stated above (Q[ 228 2, 89 | Therefore these three signify venial sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] 229 2, 89 | edifice, but are mixed with venial sins: ~as, when a man is 230 2, 89 | therefore say that the very venial sins that insinuate ~themselves 231 2, 89 | house is saved, so also venial sins are multiplied in a 232 2, 89 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Venial sins are not said to be 233 2, 89 | beside the waters": because venial sins do ~not destroy the 234 2, 89 | dies in mortal sin with ~venial sins, has indeed wood, hay, 235 2, 89 | yet they commit but slight venial sins, ~and in most cases 236 2, 89 | wherefore ~they do not build up venial sins, because these do not 237 2, 89 | remain long in ~them. But the venial sins of those who are busy 238 2, 89 | Accordingly all degrees of venial sins are reduced to three, 239 2, 89 | between these two: because venial sins are ~removed by fire, 240 2, 89 | Whether man could commit a venial sin in the state of innocence?~ 241 2, 89 | that man could commit a venial sin in the state of ~innocence. 242 2, 89 | that what he had done was a venial sin." But ~he would not 243 2, 89 | he could have committed a venial ~sin. Therefore he could 244 2, 89 | Therefore he could commit a venial sin without sinning mortally.~ 245 2, 89 | be nothing more ~than a venial sin. In like manner, Augustine 246 2, 89 | Now these apparently were venial sins. ~Therefore man could 247 2, 89 | Therefore man could commit a venial sin before he committed 248 2, 89 | the ~original state, than venial sin is. Now man could sin 249 2, 89 | state of integrity. But venial sin does not change man' 250 2, 89 | man could not commit a ~venial sin in the state of innocence. 251 2, 89 | state, the sin ~which is venial for us would have been mortal 252 2, 89 | point. Consequently what is ~venial in itself could not be changed 253 2, 89 | commit a sin which was venial in itself, before losing 254 2, 89 | reason for this is because venial sin occurs in us, either 255 2, 89 | man could not commit a venial ~sin, before committing 256 2, 89 | In the passage quoted, venial is not taken in the same ~ 257 2, 89 | as we take it now; but by venial sin we mean that which is 258 2, 89 | destroying that state: this a venial sin cannot ~do. And because 259 2, 89 | angels." But man can commit a venial sin ~in the higher part 260 2, 89 | Therefore an angel can commit a venial ~sin also.~Aquin.: SMT FS 261 2, 89 | seem to do things which are venial sins ~generically, by provoking 262 2, 89 | make a mortal sin to be ~venial as stated above (A[3]), 263 2, 89 | acts of charity, so that no venial sin can be in them. On the 264 2, 89 | all such things which seem venial, ~that he may become used 265 2, 89 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether venial sin can be in anyone with 266 2, 89 | OBJ 1: It would seem that venial sin can be in a man with 267 2, 89 | disposition precedes habit. Now venial sin is a disposition to ~ 268 2, 89 | original sin is not remitted, venial sin exists before mortal 269 2, 89 | sometimes unbelievers have venial together with original sin, 270 2, 89 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, venial sin has less in common, 271 2, 89 | Therefore he can also commit a venial sin without committing a ~ 272 2, 89 | short it may be. ~Therefore venial sin can be in anyone with 273 2, 89 | man can be punished for ~venial sin with no other than original 274 2, 89 | that, It is impossible for venial sin to be in anyone with ~ 275 2, 89 | does it excuse him from venial sin, if he does anything 276 2, 89 | excused from the guilt of venial or mortal sin. Now the ~ 277 2, 89 | thenceforward there ~cannot be venial sin in him without mortal, 278 2, 89 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Venial sin always precedes mortal 279 2, 89 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Venial sin is prevented from being 280 2, 109 | cannot abstain from all venial sin on account of the corruption ~ 281 2, 10 | can commit an actual sin, venial or even ~mortal, which he 282 2, 12 | among ~the lesser, i.e. venial, sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 283 2, 12 | those words: this ~is a venial sin, and is not a blasphemy 284 2, 23 | This is said on account of venial sins, which are contrary, ~ 285 2, 23 | like manner, neither can venial sin diminish charity either ~ 286 2, 23 | about the last end, whereas venial sin is ~a disorder about 287 2, 23 | the principles. So too, ~venial sin does not merit diminution 288 2, 23 | diminution, and such are venial sins, ~or even the cessation 289 2, 23 | This does not apply to ~venial sin, but only to mortal 290 2, 23 | since that which we love in venial ~sin, is loved for God's 291 2, 23 | another cupidity, that of venial sin, which is always diminished 292 2, 23 | negligence, ~for which reason venial sins are said to be dispositions 293 2, 31 | Thirdly, such an omission is a venial sin, when through fear or ~ 294 2, 33 | sensitive appetite may either be venial ~sins in themselves, or 295 2, 33 | consent of reason, it is a venial sin on account of the ~imperfection 296 2, 33 | than the sensuality is a venial sin, whereas if it ~reach 297 2, 33 | spirit, and then it is a venial sin; ~whereas sometimes 298 2, 34 | the ~sensuality, which are venial sins: such are the first 299 2, 34 | first movements, which are venial sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[36] 300 2, 35 | movements of such discord are venial sins by reason of their 301 2, 36 | inordinate manner, it can be a venial sin, unless the contention ~ 302 2, 39 | may sometimes involve a venial sin, or sometimes a mortal 303 2, 39 | is always a sin. It ~is a venial sin, if a slight movement 304 2, 41 | and that is at least a venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] 305 2, 41 | the contrary, It may be a venial sin to lead a person into 306 2, 41 | sin to lead a person into venial ~sin: and yet this would 307 2, 41 | Therefore scandal may be a ~venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] 308 2, 41 | scandal may sometimes be a venial sin, when it consists in 309 2, 41 | disturbed by a ~movement of venial sin occasioned by another' 310 2, 41 | accidental, may sometimes be a venial sin; for ~instance, when, 311 2, 41 | person either commits a ~venial sin, or does something that 312 2, 41 | himself, to lead another into venial sin; whereas if he intends, 313 2, 41 | intends, by ~committing a venial sin, to lead another into 314 2, 41 | sin, to lead another into venial sin, there will be a ~venial 315 2, 41 | venial sin, there will be a ~venial sin of scandal.~Aquin.: 316 2, 41 | perfect men are liable to venial sins, according to ~1 Jn. 317 2, 41 | mortal sin, but is sometimes venial, as ~stated above (A[4]). 318 2, 41 | men sometimes fall into venial sins through the ~weakness 319 2, 41 | active scandal is sometimes a venial sin. But venial ~sins may 320 2, 41 | sometimes a venial sin. But venial ~sins may be in perfect 321 2, 41 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The venial sins of the perfect consist 322 2, 41 | however, they ~commit any venial sins even in their external 323 2, 41 | ought ~sometimes to commit a venial sin in order to avoid scandalizing 324 2, 41 | which is not precluded by a venial sin. Therefore ~one ought 325 2, 41 | that one ought to commit a venial sin in ~order to avoid scandal. 326 2, 41 | circumstance, something is not a venial sin, though it would be 327 2, 41 | thus an idle word is a venial sin, when it is ~uttered 328 2, 41 | idle nor sinful. And though venial sin does not deprive a man 329 2, 42 | consequently sins mortally. Now ~a venial sin does not pertain to 330 2, 42 | love of God. Therefore a venial sin ~is a mortal sin, which 331 2, 42 | perfection of the way. Venial sin is not contrary to this 332 2, 51 | salvation, it ~will be a venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] 333 2, 52 | it is not a mortal but a venial sin, ~provided the negligence 334 2, 52 | lack of ~fervor, to which venial sin is an occasional obstacle.~ 335 2, 52 | the negligence that is a ~venial sin: secondly through lack 336 2, 52 | cleanses man not only from ~venial but also from mortal sin.~ 337 2, 53 | particular prudence, it is a venial sin. For it happens sometimes 338 2, 53 | obtain ~this pleasure is a venial sin and pertains to prudence 339 2, 57 | injustice sins ~mortally. For venial sin is opposed to mortal 340 2, 57 | Now it is sometimes a ~venial sin to do an injury: for 341 2, 57 | but through ignorance is a venial matter." Therefore not ~ 342 2, 58 | indications. This is a ~venial and a light sin; for "it 343 2, 67 | considered not a mortal but a venial sin. Therefore if the accused 344 2, 70 | although that which is a venial sin by reason of its ~genus 345 2, 70 | its genus ~cannot become venial, as stated above (FS, Q[ 346 2, 70 | this may be sometimes a venial sin, and sometimes without ~ 347 2, 70 | utterer, it may happen to be a venial sin, if it be a ~slight 348 2, 71 | mortal sin: whereas they are venial sins that are found in all. ~ 349 2, 71 | Therefore backbiting is a venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[73] 350 2, 71 | Therefore backbiting is a venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[73] 351 2, 73 | mortal sin to relapse into ~a venial sin of which one has repented. 352 2, 73 | evil in itself, ~this is a venial sin by reason of its genus. 353 2, 73 | it true that to ~commit a venial sin is to relapse or dissimulate 354 2, 74 | sins. But such sins are ~venial. Therefore cursing is not 355 2, 74 | cursing is not a mortal but a venial Sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[76] 356 2, 74 | uttered in cursing is a venial sin ~either through the 357 2, 77 | transgression may be either venial or mortal. ~But sins of 358 2, 77 | broad sense they may be venial sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] 359 2, 96 | reason of its very nature, a venial sin, or ~even a good action, 360 2, 103 | character of perfect sin. Venial sin is not disobedience, 361 2, 103 | sin from arising out of venial sin, since venial ~sin is 362 2, 103 | out of venial sin, since venial ~sin is a disposition to 363 2, 105 | to God by ~committing a venial sin: else every man would 364 2, 105 | Therefore no ingratitude is a venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[107] 365 2, 105 | mortally. It is ~nevertheless a venial sin, because it arises either 366 2, 105 | mortal ~and sometimes a venial sin, according to the kind 367 2, 105 | and when it arises from ~venial sin, it has the imperfect 368 2, 105 | Reply OBJ 1: By committing a venial sin one is not ungrateful 369 2, 105 | something of ingratitude in a venial sin, in so far as it removes 370 2, 105 | 2: When ingratitude is a venial sin it is not contrary to, 371 2, 108 | guilty of iniquity," for a ~venial sin. Therefore no lie is 372 2, 108 | sin. Therefore no lie is a venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] 373 2, 108 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Even a venial sin can be called "iniquity" 374 2, 109 | mortal sin, but sometimes a venial sin. This will depend on 375 2, 109 | to charity, it will be a venial sin, as for instance when 376 2, 110 | sin, but is ~sometimes a venial sin which only the very 377 2, 110 | mortal, and ~sometimes a venial sin. It will be a mortal 378 2, 110 | publican." Sometimes it ~is a venial sin, when, to wit, a man 379 2, 110 | otherwise it will be a ~venial sin. Sometimes, however, 380 2, 113 | it is not a ~mortal but a venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[115] 381 2, 116 | covetousness is some times a venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] 382 2, 116 | above (Q[66], AA[6],8). Yet venial sin ~may occur in this kind 383 2, 116 | then covetousness is a ~venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] 384 2, 120 | on the ~Sabbath, because venial sin does not destroy holiness.~ 385 2, 123 | sensuality. Now there is none but venial sin in the sensuality, as 386 2, 123 | be a mortal, but only a ~venial sin. But sometimes this 387 2, 123 | sometimes a mortal, sometimes a venial sin. For if a man through 388 2, 123 | mortal sin: otherwise it is a venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[125] 389 2, 123 | mortal sin, but is ~sometimes venial: and sometimes it is not 390 2, 130 | it is not a mortal but a ~venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] 391 2, 130 | mortal sin can arise from venial sin, inasmuch as ~venial 392 2, 130 | venial sin, inasmuch as ~venial sin can dispose man thereto. ~( 393 2, 146 | the lesser, that is to say venial, sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 394 2, 146 | contrary to God's law, it is a venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] 395 2, 148 | make a mortal sin of a venial sin, as shown above (FS, 396 2, 148 | lesser sins are called venial. Therefore drunkenness, 397 2, 148 | immoderate drink, is a venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[150] 398 2, 148 | drunkenness may involve a venial sin. Thirdly, it may happen 399 2, 152 | whores, whose vileness is venial." For instead of "venial" 400 2, 152 | venial." For instead of "venial" it should be ~"venal," 401 2, 156 | sin not," says: ~"Anger is venial if it does not proceed to 402 2, 156 | anger may happen to be a venial sin by reason of ~the imperfection 403 2, 160 | reprobate on account of venial sins. Therefore ~pride is 404 2, 160 | Therefore ~pride is not a venial but a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 405 2, 160 | certain ~motions that are venial by reason of their imperfection ( 406 2, 160 | certain motions of pride are ~venial sins, when reason does not 407 2, 161 | he thought ~the sin to be venial," i.e. easily forgiven [* 408 2, 166 | Sometimes, however, it is a ~venial sin, for instance where 409 2, 167 | always mortal, but sometimes venial. And the same applies to 410 2, 182 | many things" with regard to venial sins, which result from 411 2, 184 | binds only under pain of venial ~sin, because, as stated 412 2, 184 | to the chief vows. And venial sin is a disposition to 413 2, 184 | involve sin, either mortal or venial; but they bind one to suffer 414 3, 27 | act of the ~reason, is a venial sin, albeit extremely slight, 415 3, 27 | Therefore there was some ~venial sin in the Blessed Virgin.~ 416 3, 27 | sin, neither mortal nor venial; so that what is written ( 417 3, 65 | sin, original, mortal and ~venial. Now Baptism is intended 418 3, 65 | should be another against venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[65] 419 3, 65 | being ordained against ~venial sin; the Eucharist, to Charity, 420 3, 65 | the demons, and against venial sins: or by making ~things 421 3, 65 | for the blotting out ~of venial sin. Wherefore, since grace 422 3, 65 | instituted directly against ~venial sin. This is taken away 423 3, 65 | Unction is ~ordained against venial sin. But of this we shall 424 3, 69 | opposition to grace: but not of venial sin. Consequently, here ~ 425 3, 79 | this sacrament?~(4) Whether venial sin is forgiven by this 426 3, 79 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether venial sins are forgiven through 427 3, 79 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that venial sins are not forgiven by 428 3, 79 | Tract. ~xxvi in Joan.). But venial sins are not contrary to 429 3, 79 | contrary, it seems that venial sins are not forgiven by ~ 430 3, 79 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, if venial sins be forgiven by this 431 3, 79 | frequently be ~without any venial sin, against what is said 432 3, 79 | ourselves." Therefore no venial sin is ~forgiven by this 433 3, 79 | exclude each other. But venial sins ~do not forbid the 434 3, 79 | Therefore neither are venial sins ~taken away by this 435 3, 79 | this ~sacrament "blots out venial sins, and wards off mortal 436 3, 79 | has the power of forgiving venial sins. For ~this sacrament 437 3, 79 | of concupiscence through venial ~sins, which lessen the 438 3, 79 | this sacrament to forgive venial sins. ~Hence Ambrose says ( 439 3, 79 | sacrament; and by this means ~venial sins are forgiven. Consequently, 440 3, 79 | Consequently, it is manifest that venial sins ~are forgiven by the 441 3, 79 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Venial sins, although not opposed 442 3, 79 | by reason of which act venial sins are blotted out.~Aquin.: 443 3, 79 | be without all guilt of venial sin: but that the ~just 444 3, 79 | life without committing venial sins.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] 445 3, 79 | is ~greater than that of venial sins: because charity by 446 3, 79 | charity by its act takes away ~venial sins, which nevertheless 447 3, 79 | forgiveness of sin, at least of venial sin. If ~therefore this 448 3, 79 | sacrament is hindered by venial sin?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] 449 3, 79 | sacrament is not hindered by ~venial sin. For Augustine (Tract. 450 3, 79 | this it is evident that venial sins, ~which are called 451 3, 79 | this sacrament. Therefore, ~venial sins do not hinder the effect 452 3, 79 | effect of ~Baptism, and venial sins do not belong to pretense; 453 3, 79 | is not put to flight by venial sins. Therefore neither 454 3, 79 | sins. Therefore neither do venial ~sins hinder the effect 455 3, 79 | effect of such cause. But venial sins are taken away by this ~ 456 3, 79 | or love ~is hindered by venial sins, which hinder the fervor 457 3, 79 | Q[24], A[10]. Therefore venial sins ~hinder the effect 458 3, 79 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Venial sins can be taken in two 459 3, 79 | act of being committed. Venial sins taken in the ~first 460 3, 79 | to pass that after many venial sins a man may approach 461 3, 79 | Considered in the second ~way venial sins do not utterly hinder 462 3, 79 | mind distracted ~through venial sins; but the increase of 463 3, 79 | this sacrament with actual venial sin, ~eats spiritually indeed, 464 3, 79 | argument deals with past venial sins, which are taken ~away 465 3, 80 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, venial sin is no hindrance to receiving 466 3, 80 | the most part such sin is venial; and if occasionally it 467 3, 80 | sin at all, or else with venial sin, or with mortal sin. ~ 468 3, 80 | be without sin, or with venial sin, it does not necessarily 469 3, 80 | be either a mortal or a ~venial sin. At other times it is 470 3, 80 | otherwise it will be a ~venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] 471 3, 80 | this also can be either venial or mortal ~sin; although 472 3, 83 | one obtains forgiveness of venial sins, just as one does by 473 3, 84 | either original, mortal or venial. Now the ~sacrament of Penance 474 3, 84 | confession]*, nor against venial sin, which is taken away 475 3, 84 | mortal sin. Penance regards ~venial sins, properly speaking 476 3, 84 | prayers for the remission of venial sins. Wherefore ~in giving 477 3, 86 | as regards the pardon of venial sins; (3) as ~regards the 478 3, 86 | from God, as ~happens in venial sins, he incurs a debt, 479 3, 87 | 1 - OF THE REMISSION OF VENIAL SIN (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 480 3, 87 | consider the forgiveness of venial sins, under which head ~ 481 3, 87 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether venial sin can be forgiven without 482 3, 87 | infusion of grace?~(3) Whether venial sins are forgiven by the 483 3, 87 | the ~like?~(4) Whether a venial sin can be taken away without 484 3, 87 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether venial sin can be forgiven without 485 3, 87 | OBJ 1: It would seem that venial sin can be forgiven without 486 3, 87 | them for the future. Now venial sins are ~forgiven without 487 3, 87 | life without committing venial sins. Therefore venial sins ~ 488 3, 87 | committing venial sins. Therefore venial sins ~can be forgiven without 489 3, 87 | displeasure at one's ~sins. But venial sins can be taken away without 490 3, 87 | would not ~happen if his venial sins remained. Therefore 491 3, 87 | sins remained. Therefore venial sins can be forgiven ~without 492 3, 87 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, venial sins are contrary to the 493 3, 87 | Therefore forgiveness of venial sins is caused by the fervor 494 3, 87 | without actual displeasure at venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[87] 495 3, 87 | penance which is done for venial sins in the Church every 496 3, 87 | which ~would be useless if venial sins could be forgiven without 497 3, 87 | sin, and incomplete ~by venial sin: because, by mortal 498 3, 87 | away from God; whereas by venial sin man's ~affections are 499 3, 87 | attached to sin, so neither can venial sin, because while the ~ 500 3, 87 | required for the forgiveness of venial sins; although it ~does


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